The 32-year-old currently enjoys skating as a hobby, but he still has athletic goals.
“I’m at the point where I say I’m enjoying it and watching it on TV. What’s coming, this is coming,” Meyer said.
The three-time Olympic champion continues: “Goals in sports will never run out. If I find fire for myself to emulate goals, why isn’t there going back?”
After a bad fall due to fractures – ÖSV pro Franz can walk again
Update yesterday at 5 pm
However, he has not yet regretted his retirement as a professional. “It was a great decision,” Meyer explained, adding, “Winning the Olympics last year was a big milestone for me. In February I thought I could retire, and then it was a theme again and again in the summer. It finally surprised me too that I got through it from this.” kind”.
Mayer’s sudden resignation
“That’s enough for me. I don’t bite anymore,” he said in an interview with Austrian TV station ORF.
Apparently, he did not tell his family nor the skating federation coaches of his decision beforehand. There were no signs at all, and he spoke of a ‘cruel surprise,’ ÖSV coach Sepp Brunner said.
Ski World Cup
Kriechmayr, Schwarz and Liensberger: this is the ÖSV team for Courchevel
Updated 01/30/2023 at 11:14 PM
Crystal treble and World Cup golden plan: Odermatt on the trail of a legend
Updated 01/30/2023 at 1:23 PM
“General writer. Twitter fanatic. Award-winning alcohol practitioner. Pop culture guru.”